Next Level Potential Camp is for women students athletes entering grades 9 through 12 who have the potential to play at the next level. We will be conducting high-level skill instruction and competition for the top players in the Upper Midwest. Campers will be instructed in ball-handling, shooting, passing, screening and cutting. Emphasis will be placed on teaching team basketball, reading screens, spacing and overall team offensive and defensive tactics.
Campers will also be measured on speed, agility, reach, and other athletic abilities on an evaluation sheet to take with them after the camp. Camp instructions will be provided by the Northland College coaching staff, as well as current and former Northland College student athletes. Email Coach Tucker or call 715-209-6369 with questions.
Sunday, July 31, 2016
Cost (includes t-shirt)
Register by May 31: $50
June 1 and after $60
Kendrigan Center, Northland College
1411 Ellis Avenue Ashland, WI 54806
Coach Tucker recently completed his second season as head coach at Northland College, where he led the women’s basketball program to its most regular season and conference wins in five years. Prior to taking over the LumberJills, Tucker spent six seasons as a head coach at the Division III level and NAIA level (Green Mountain College and Southeastern University). Tucker has also spent time at Division I and II levels as an assistant coach at the University of North Dakota, Southeastern Louisiana, Georgia Southwestern, and Valdosta State.
Northland College is an NCAA Division III institution that competes in the highly competitive Upper Midwest Athletic Conference. The UMAC consists of academic institutions located in Minnesota and Wisconsin. Northland College supports fifteen different intercollegiate athletic programs, recently completed a $1.5 million weight room/fitness facility renovation, and broke ground on a new multi-million dollar soccer and lacrosse stadium. Located in Ashland, Wisconsin, right on the shore of Lake Superior, Northland College is easy to reach; a mere hour drive from the Duluth/Superior area and only a three-and-a-half-hour drive from the Twin Cities area.